The float never stops at the gate when you want it to. The gammar never sounds right when you think the line is perfect. Johnny Cash played a few songs that sounded great the rest are in the unheard universe. Just like the misty prime numbers the sentences in this post do not have a definite sequence. The music quiz that follows this is a little random, a little Beatles but largely boring. It's also a day old, fermenting in the folder that holds most of the quizzes on this new machine. The last hard disk crashed because of a surfeit of data. Someday work will catch up and then the dog will stop sniffing at my ankles. There you know I exist, incredulity doesn't cost anything. If you need a redundancy ask me.
1] Start off with a simple, standard music question. I know my 100 is safe so I'll hazard easy questions. Name the artist/bandlthat recorded this song: "They foxymophandlemama, that's me?"
2] What is a violoncello?
3] From what platform does the 'Chattanooga Choo Choo' leave Pennsylvania station?
4] For whom did Colonel Tom Parker act as manager?
5] In the Beatles song "Elanor Rigby", what is Elanor Rigby's profession?
6] Reginald Dwight:Norman Cook::-----------:-----------
7] What can we credit DJ Kool Herc with?
8] Who was the first musician allowed to play an electric guitar on TV ?
9] Why has Motley Crue been banned from NBC?
10] What are the three primary woods used in the construction of a Gibson Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar?
Another Beatles question complete the following line- "Well here is another clue for you all-------------------------"